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38 Oscar® Nominations this week.

38 Oscar® Nominations this week.

38 Oscar® Nominations this week.

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General Admission: $10.00, Senior (60+) or Child (11-): $7.50
(First matinee show of each movie is bargain price: $7.50)
Oscar® Docs 2011 ( #docs ), Oscar® Party ( #oscar ), The Harmony
Game: The Making of Bridge Over Troubled Water ( #simfunkel ), Balboa
Birthday Bash with Moran of the Lady Letty ( #bday ), True Grit (
#grit ), 127 Hours ( #127 ), The King’s Speech ( #speech ), Win
Tickets to Balé Folclórico da Bahia ( #calperf ), Now Playing at the
Vogue: Unknown ( #vogue ), Linda Kosut Band at Savanna Jazz ( #kosut
), Remembering Playland DVD On Sale Now ( #playland ), Left in the
Dark: Portraits of San Francisco Movie Theatres ( #dark ), Photos in
the Lobby: Left in the Dark ( #lobby ), Theater Information ( #info ).

SHOWTIMES
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2011

THEATRE #1

THEATRE #2

NO STRINGS ATTACHED ( #strings ) (R)
Natalie Portman, Ashton Kutcher
(12:15), 2:35, 4:50, 7:15, 9:25

THE KING’S SPEECH ( #speech ) (R)
12 Oscar® Nominations, Including Best Picture
Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter
(12:00), 2:20, 4:35, 7:00, 9:15

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18 THROUGH MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2011
38 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS THIS WEEK!

OSCAR® NOMINATED DOUBLE FEATURE
4 DAYS ONLY – MUST END MONDAY

TRUE GRIT ( #grit ) (PG-13)
10 Oscar® Nominations, Including Best Picture
(1:15), 5:10, 9:05

127 HOURS ( #127 ) (R)
6 Oscar® Nominations, Including Best Picture
(3:20), 7:15

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22 THROUGH THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2011

OSCAR® DOCS 2011! ( #docs )
A 3-day screening of 2011 Academy Award nominated short and feature
documentaries.
Full Schedule Below. ( #docs )

UPCOMING EVENTS

Sunday, February 27:
OSCAR® PARTY! ( #oscar )
With MC Reed Kirk Rahlmann
Advance tickets on sale here (

Thursday, March 3:
THE HARMONY GAME:
A brand new documentary film celebrating the 40th anniversary of the
legendary album by Simon & Garfunkel.

Sunday, March 6:
BALBOA BIRTHDAY BASH! ( #bday )
With MORAN OF THE LADY LETTY starring Rudolph Valentino.

COMING SOON

Opens March 4

RANGO

Opens March 18

PHIL OCHS: There But For Fortune

Coming in March

MAX MANUS
“A strong cast, a bold visual sense with dynamic camera work and a
propulsive story: They are the keys to a riveting film. Which Max
Manus is from start to finish.” – Marshall Fine (

*Showtimes subject to change. Please check website (

We may only have two auditoriums but we have 38 Academy Award
nominations for you this week to build towards our huge Oscar® Party
next week. Catch all the nominated documentaries, features and shorts,
at the Balboa. This is a rare opportunity to see all the amazing work
that is done in the field but is not easily seen. We are presenting
this series with the Documentary Film Institute (
this terrific non-profit based at San Francisco State University.
There is a special all day price of $20 with in-and-out privileges.
They can be purchased in advance at BrownPaperTickets.com (
for schedule.

With these opportunities, you will be better able to enter our Oscar®
contest and hopefully win a year’s VIP Pass for Two to the Balboa.

Just after I finish this, I get on a 6am plane back from the Berlin
Film Festival. It has been a good year with some terrific films, and,
as always, too little sleep.

ONLY AT THE BALBOA! RARE AUTOGRAPHED NOMINEE POSTERS

We have a drawing in the lobby for a framed Telluride Film Festival
poster signed by Colin Firth (
Tributees, actress Claudia Cardinale (
signatures of Guest Director Michael Ondaatje (
and poster artist/Pixar Art Director Ralph Eggleston (
visit the Balboa. No purchase necessary.

And now, you can enter the same drawing to win a KING’S SPEECH poster
signed by Geoffrey Rush! Just ADDED – Two posters for INSIDE JOB
signed by director Charles Ferguson.

Sincerely,
Gary

SPECIAL EVENTS

FEBRUARY 22-24:
The Balboa Theater proudly present “Oscar® Docs 2011″, an exclusive
three-day screening of 2011 Academy Award nominated short and feature
documentaries. This is DOC Film Institute’s fifth year presenting this
show in San Francisco.

Tickets are $7.50 per screening, or $20 for an all-day pass. Advance

Tuesday, Feb. 22
12:00 – Gasland (107m)
2:10 – Restrepo (93m)
4:00 – Waste Land (99m)
6:00 – Shorts Part 1 (80m)
7:45 – Shorts Part 2 (120m)

Wednesday, Feb. 23
12:00 – Exit Through the Gift Shop (87m)
1:50 – Waste Land (99m)
3:50 – Inside Job (120m)
6:10 – Restrepo (93m)
8:10 – Gasland (107m)

Thursday, Feb. 24
2:00 – Shorts Part 1 (80m)
3:45 – Shorts Part 2 (120m)
6:10 – Inside Job (120m)
8:30 – Exit Through the Gift Shop (87m)

Short Subject – Part I
“Killing in the Name” Jed Rothstein
“Poster Girl” Sara Nesson and Mitchell W. Block

Short Subject – Part II
“Strangers No More” Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon
“Sun Come Up” Jennifer Redfearn and Tim Metzger
“The Warriors of Qiugang” Ruby Yang and Thomas LennonFor full

Once again, the Balboa Theatre will celebrate the Academy Awards with
a celebration and live broadcast on the big screen, Sunday February
27, 2011. Reed Kirk Rahlmann returns as Master of Ceremonies.

All seats $10. Advance Tickets on sale here (

Doors open at 3:30 pm for the Red Carpet procession and the Oscar®
show starts at 5pm.

For more information, including a Note from the Host and How to Win a
VIP Pass to the Balboa by guessing this year’s Award winners, click

THURSDAY, MARCH 2:
legendary album.

THE HARMONY GAME tells the story behind Simon and Garfunkel’s Bridge
Over Troubled Water, an album shrouded in rock n’ roll mythology with
legendary tales of inspiration, innovation and separation. This
spectacular 70+ minute documentary includes archival footage and brand
new interviews with Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel discussing the
creation and reception of Bridge Over Troubled Water, along with
several of the duo’s collaborators from the period: Roy Halee
(co-producer/engineer), Hal Blaine (drums), Joe Osborn (bass guitar),
Jimmie Haskell (arranger), and Mort Lewis (manager).

A rarely seen time-capsule of Simon & Garfunkel’s writing process and
of the late-1960s, THE HARMONY GAME will be included on the
forthcoming Bridge Over Troubled Water: 40th Anniversary CD+DVD (
theatres.

This year’s gala will feature a rarely seen Rudolph Valentino
feature made in San Francisco, MORAN OF THE LADY LETTY. Frederick
Hodges will accompany with an original music score. There will be
short subjects, live vaudeville featuring singer Linda Kosut and
magician James Hamilton. There will be prizes, a special birthday cake
created by Diane Boate and lively libations to wash it down. Several
authors will join us to sign their books and every attendee will go
home with a party favor worth at least $20 courtesy of

The show starts at 7pm. Doors open at 6:30.

Lots of Prizes.

ABOUT THIS WEEK’S MOVIES

Rated PG-13 for some intense sequences of western violence including
disturbing images. 1 hour 50 minutes.
10 Oscar® Nominations, Including Best Picture.

Fourteen-year-old Mattie Ross (Hailee Steinfeld) joins an aging U.S.
marshal (Jeff Bridges) and another lawman (Matt Damon) in tracking her
father’s killer into hostile Indian territory in Joel and Ethan Coen’s
adaptation of Charles Portis’ original novel. Sticking more closely to
the source material than the 1969 feature adaptation starring Western
icon John Wayne, the Coens’ True Grit tells the story from the young
girl’s perspective, and re-teams the celebrated filmmaking duo with
their No Country for Old Men producing partner Scott Rudin. Josh
Brolin and Barry Pepper co-star.

“The Coen Brothers’ craftsmanship is a wonder. Their casting is always
inspired and exact. The cinematography by Roger Deakins reminds us of
the glory that was, and can still be, the Western.”
– Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times (

Rated R for language and some disturbing violent content/bloody
images. 1 hour 34 minutes.
6 Oscar® Nominations, Including Best Picture.

127 Hours is the true story of mountain climber Aron Ralston’s
remarkable adventure to save himself after a fallen boulder crashes on
his arm and traps him in an isolated canyon in Utah. Over the next
five days Ralston examines his life and survives the elements to
finally discover he has the courage and the wherewithal to extricate
himself by any means necessary, scale a 65 foot wall and hike over
eight miles before he is finally rescued. Throughout his journey,
Ralston recalls friends, lovers, family, and the two hikers he met
before his accident. Will they be the last two people he ever had the
chance to meet?

“Boyle makes the story vital and vibrant in his signature kinetic
style. Franco gives a tour-de-force performance, displaying every bit
of his range: his gift for effortless comedy as well as the sort of
subtle but deep despair that earned him a Golden Globe.”
– Christy Lemire (

Rated R for some language. 1 hour 58 minutes.
12 Oscar® Nominations, Including Best Picture.

Emmy Award-winning director Tom Hooper (John Adams) teams with
screenwriter David Seidler (Tucker: A Man and His Dreams) to tell the
story of King George VI. When his older brother abdicates the throne,
nervous-mannered successor George “Bertie” VI (Colin Firth)
reluctantly dons the crown. Though his stutter soon raises concerns
about his leadership skills, King George VI eventually comes into his
own with the help of unconventional speech therapist Lionel Logue
(Geoffrey Rush). Before long the king and Lionel have forged an
unlikely bond, a bond that proves to have real strength when the
United Kingdom is forced to flex its international might.

“As good as one-on-one acting gets. A monumental test of wills between
an imperturbable layman and a king who insists with royal certitude.
Never feels anything less than real.”
– Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times (

More Info & Reviews (

WIN TICKETS TO BALÉ FOLCLÓRICO DA BAHIA

This sizzling 38-member troupe of dancers, musicians, and
singers—the most popular folk dance company in Brazil-performs a mix
of choreography from African and South American traditions, including
slave dances, capoeira, samba, and dances celebrating Carnival. The
energy and spirit they bring to the stage leaves audiences celebrating
in the aisles. “Exuberant, indefatigable, and virtuosic”.

For more information on the show and how to buy tickets. (

HOW TO ENTER FOR FREE TICKETS
To have a chance to win a pair of tickets for the Sunday, March 6 at
appears on a photo ID you will use to pick up your tickets) and your
February 27 at 6pm. Duplicate entries will be disqualified. Please do
not enter if you cannot attend.

Winners will be chosen at a random drawing from those entered by the
above method. Good luck.

NOW PLAYING AT THE VOGUE

Starting Friday Feb. 18, our friends at the Vogue Theatre on
Sacramento St., are opening UNKNOWN starring Liam Neeson.

SEE THE LINDA KOSUT BAND AT SAVANNA JAZZ

SATURDAY, FEB 26, 2011 ~ 7:30-11:30PM
2937 Mission @ 25th/26th St., San Francisco
Cover: $8 cash at door
RESERVATIONS A MUST: CALL 415.285.3369

Linda Kosut will be singing with her fabulous trio – the smooth John
Simon at the piano; humming bass player, Sam Bevan, and the ever
multi-tasking one-man-band, Kelly Park at the drums.

REMEMBERING PLAYLAND DVDS NOW ON SALE AT THE BALBOA!

After a long, successful run at the Balboa, Tom Wyrsch’s REMEMBERING
PLAYLAND is finally on sale, just in time for the holidays. They can
be purchased anytime at our box office for $16 + tax ($17.50).

LEFT IN THE DARK: PORTRAITS OF SAN FRANCISCO MOVIE THEATRES
NOW ON SALE AT THE BALBOA FOR $39.95

Photographs by R.A. McBride
Edited by Julie Lindow
Published by Charta Art Books
8 x 10 cardstock cover, 59 photographs, 168 pages, 11 chapters

Left in the Dark: Portraits of San Francisco Movie Theatres celebrates
twentieth-century movie theatres and moviegoing through lush
full-color fine art photographs and personal essays with both
scholarly and literary appeal.

Praise for Left in the Dark:
“This book is absolutely wonderful!! I had the greatest time reading,
or rather, immersing myself in its sense of celebration. It not only
evokes the spirit and experiences of another era, but shows that they
are definitely alive today, even in these grim alienated times. In
that sense the book is as politically important as it is entertaining,
informative and revelatory. I am going to give copies of it to
everyone who carries the torch for a more humanistic collective
society and see if we can re-enliven that quality of spirit and
community.”
—Jerry Mander, Author: In the Absence of the Sacred; Four Arguments
for the Elimination of Television; The Case Against the Global Economy

The book is now available at the Balboa box office and through
www.leftinthedark.info.

PHOTOS IN THE LOBBY: LEFT IN THE DARK: PORTRAITS OF SAN FRANCISCO
MOVIE THEATRES BY R.A. MCBRIDE.

Find out more in our Lobby Art Gallery. (

BALBOA THEATRE INFO

3630 Balboa Street (between 37th and 38th Avenues)
San Francisco 94121
(415) 221-8184
www.BalboaMovies.com

Bike Rack in front of the Balboa
Muni Bus #31 Balboa or #18 46th Ave stop at Balboa & 37th. Also #5
Fulton and all 38 Geary Street buses stop two (long) blocks from
Relatively easy Parking

San Francisco’s Favorite Neighborhood Theatre
Voted by the Bay Guardian, SF Weekly, SF Gate’s A List and San
Francisco Magazine

#1 ON BAYLIST
Thanks for your many kind words about the Balboa winning #1 Indie
Theater on BayList (
We love all the comments on the list too.

AND SAN FRANCISCO MAGAZINE
The readers of San Francisco Magazine (
) also love us. We came in number 2 and can’t complain about the
company.

Seniors (60+) and Children (11-) $7.50
Bargain Matinees: All seats $7.50 for shows in ( )
SCHOOL NIGHT – Mondays are School Days and Nights. With proof of
being a student, faculty, or staff member, your admission is only
$7.50 on Mondays.
Cash Only.

with proof of your birth date.

BALBOA DISCOUNT/GIFT CARDS
And at all other times you can get the “I’d Rather Be At the
Balboa” Discount Card. What a deal! 5 tickets to the Balboa for
$37.50. That is only $7.50 per show. Good every day and night. And
two people can use the card at once. You can go on a date even when
you are low on cash with your Balboa Card. A savings of up to $12.50!
Makes a perfect gift as well. And every Discount Card comes with a
FREE POPCORN! The Balboa cards are available at our box office (cash
(credit cards accepted).

The Balboa is Wheelchair and Handicapped Accessible.

NEIGHBORHOOD RESTAURANTS

One of the strengths of the Balboa is our neighborhood. Other than the
bank, all the businesses are family owned and operated. The
restaurants are especially wonderful. On the outer Balboa strip there
are 24 eating establishments by my count. You can eat Chinese,
Japanese, Egyptian, Italian, American, Mexican, Seafood and Vietnamese
cuisines. The foods are fresh, distinctive and all reasonably priced.
The media food critics have only discovered a few of them but the
locals know a good thing. We encourage you to enjoy a meal at one of
these fine eateries while visiting the Balboa. All are within easy
walking distance. And please send us reviews and recommendations we
can share with our other guests. Send reviews to balboafans (at)

We love it when you send us a review of a neighborhood restaurant
you’ve enjoyed. We encourage you all to write about your culinary
adventures in the Outer Richmond. Check out the Menu Book in our lobby
and our COMPLETE RESTAURANT LIST (

Balboa Theatre News

View it here.

NO STRINGS ATTACHED (R)
THE KING’S SPEECH (R)12 Oscar® Nominations, Including Best Picture
TRUE GRIT (PG-13)10 Oscar® Nominations, Including Best Picture
Co-presented by DOC Film Institute.A 3-day screening of 2011 Academy Award nominated short and feature documentaries.Full Schedule Below.Advance Tickets.
With MC Reed Kirk RahlmannAdvance tickets on sale here.
Thursday, March 3:THE HARMONY GAME:THE MAKING OF BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER
A brand new documentary film celebrating the 40th anniversary of the legendary album by Simon & Garfunkel.Advance tickets.
Sunday, March 6:BALBOA BIRTHDAY BASH!With MORAN OF THE LADY LETTY starring Rudolph Valentino.Advance tickets.
Opens March 4RANGOOfficial Website 
Opens March 18PHIL OCHS: There But For FortuneOfficial Website
“A strong cast, a bold visual sense with dynamic camera work and a propulsive story: They are the keys to a riveting film. Which Max Manus is from start to finish.” – Marshall Fine

Please check website for updates.

We may only have two auditoriums but we have 38 Academy Award nominations for you this week to build towards our huge Oscar® Party next week. Catch all the nominated documentaries, features and shorts, at the Balboa. This is a rare opportunity to see all the amazing work that is done in the field but is not easily seen. We are presenting this series with the Documentary Film Institute and all admission revenue goes directly to this terrific non-profit based at San Francisco State University. There is a special all day price of $20 with in-and-out privileges. They can be purchased in advance at BrownPaperTickets.com. See below for schedule.
With these opportunities, you will be better able to enter our Oscar® contest and hopefully win a year’s VIP Pass for Two to the Balboa.
Just after I finish this, I get on a 6am plane back from the Berlin Film Festival. It has been a good year with some terrific films, and, as always, too little sleep.

ONLY AT THE BALBOA! RARE AUTOGRAPHED NOMINEE POSTERSWe have a drawing in the lobby for a framed Telluride Film Festival poster signed by Colin Firth and the other two Tributees, actress Claudia Cardinale and director Peter Weir. The poster also has signatures of Guest Director Michael Ondaatje (The English Patient) and poster artist/Pixar Art Director Ralph Eggleston. You can enter when you visit the Balboa. No purchase necessary.
And now, you can enter the same drawing to win a KING’S SPEECH poster signed by Geoffrey Rush! Just ADDED – Two posters for INSIDE JOB signed by director Charles Ferguson.
The DOC Film Institute of SF State and The Balboa Theater proudly present “Oscar® Docs 2011″, an exclusive three-day screening of 2011 Academy Award nominated short and feature documentaries. This is DOC Film Institute’s fifth year presenting this show in San Francisco.
Tickets are $7.50 per screening, or $20 for an all-day pass. Advance Tickets on sale here.
Once again, the Balboa Theatre will celebrate the Academy Awards with a celebration and live broadcast on the big screen, Sunday February 27, 2011. Reed Kirk Rahlmann returns as Master of Ceremonies.
All seats $10. Advance Tickets on sale here.
Doors open at 3:30 pm for the Red Carpet procession and the Oscar® show starts at 5pm.
A brand new documentary film celebrating the 40th anniversary of the legendary album.
THE HARMONY GAME tells the story behind Simon and Garfunkel’s Bridge Over Troubled Water, an album shrouded in rock n’ roll mythology with legendary tales of inspiration, innovation and separation.
This spectacular 70+ minute documentary includes archival footage and brand new interviews with Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel discussing the creation and reception of Bridge Over Troubled Water, along with several of the duo’s collaborators from the period:
Roy Halee (co-producer/engineer), Hal Blaine (drums), Joe Osborn (bass guitar), Jimmie Haskell (arranger), and Mort Lewis (manager).
A rarely seen time-capsule of Simon & Garfunkel’s writing process and of the late-1960s, THE HARMONY GAME will be included on the forthcoming Bridge Over Troubled Water: 40th Anniversary CD+DVD and is available for a limited time in select theatres.
Rated PG-13 for some intense sequences of western violence including disturbing images. 1 hour 50 minutes.
Fourteen-year-old Mattie Ross (Hailee Steinfeld) joins an aging U.S. marshal (Jeff Bridges) and another lawman (Matt Damon) in tracking her father’s killer into hostile Indian territory in Joel and Ethan Coen’s adaptation of Charles Portis’ original novel. Sticking more closely to the source material than the 1969 feature adaptation starring Western icon John Wayne, the Coens’ True Grit tells the story from the young girl’s perspective, and re-teams the celebrated filmmaking duo with their No Country for Old Men producing partner Scott Rudin. Josh Brolin and Barry Pepper co-star.
“The Coen Brothers’ craftsmanship is a wonder. Their casting is always inspired and exact. The cinematography by Roger Deakins reminds us of the glory that was, and can still be, the Western.”
More Info & ReviewsOfficial WebsiteView Trailer

Rated R for language and some disturbing violent content/bloody images. 1 hour 34 minutes.
127 Hours is the true story of mountain climber Aron Ralston’s remarkable adventure to save himself after a fallen boulder crashes on his arm and traps him in an isolated canyon in Utah. Over the next five days Ralston examines his life and survives the elements to finally discover he has the courage and the wherewithal to extricate himself by any means necessary, scale a 65 foot wall and hike over eight miles before he is finally rescued. Throughout his journey, Ralston recalls friends, lovers, family, and the two hikers he met before his accident. Will they be the last two people he ever had the chance to meet?
“Boyle makes the story vital and vibrant in his signature kinetic style. Franco gives a tour-de-force performance, displaying every bit of his range: his gift for effortless comedy as well as the sort of subtle but deep despair that earned him a Golden Globe.”
Emmy Award-winning director Tom Hooper (John Adams) teams with screenwriter David Seidler (Tucker: A Man and His Dreams) to tell the story of King George VI. When his older brother abdicates the throne, nervous-mannered successor George “Bertie” VI (Colin Firth) reluctantly dons the crown. Though his stutter soon raises concerns about his leadership skills, King George VI eventually comes into his own with the help of unconventional speech therapist Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush). Before long the king and Lionel have forged an unlikely bond, a bond that proves to have real strength when the United Kingdom is forced to flex its international might.
“As good as one-on-one acting gets. A monumental test of wills between an imperturbable layman and a king who insists with royal certitude. Never feels anything less than real.”
This sizzling 38-member troupe of dancers, musicians, and singers—the most popular folk dance company in Brazil-performs a mix of choreography from African and South American traditions, including slave dances, capoeira, samba, and dances celebrating Carnival. The energy and spirit they bring to the stage leaves audiences celebrating in the aisles. “Exuberant, indefatigable, and virtuosic”.
Winners will be chosen at a random drawing from those entered by the above method. Good luck.

Starting Friday Feb. 18, our friends at the Vogue Theatre on Sacramento St., are opening UNKNOWN starring Liam Neeson.
RESERVATIONS A MUST: CALL 415.285.3369Website for more info
Linda Kosut will be singing with her fabulous trio – the smooth John Simon at the piano; humming bass player, Sam Bevan, and the ever multi-tasking one-man-band, Kelly Park at the drums.

After a long, successful run at the Balboa, Tom Wyrsch’s REMEMBERING PLAYLAND is finally on sale, just in time for the holidays.
They can be purchased anytime at our box office for $16 + tax ($17.50).

Left in the Dark: Portraits of San Francisco Movie Theatres celebrates twentieth-century movie theatres and moviegoing through lush full-color fine art photographs and personal essays with both scholarly and literary appeal.
“This book is absolutely wonderful!! I had the greatest time reading, or rather, immersing myself in its sense of celebration. It not only evokes the spirit and experiences of another era, but shows that they are definitely alive today, even in these grim alienated times. In that sense the book is as politically important as it is entertaining, informative and revelatory. I am going to give copies of it to everyone who carries the torch for a more humanistic collective society and see if we can re-enliven that quality of spirit and community.”
—Jerry Mander, Author: In the Absence of the Sacred; Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television; The Case Against the Global Economy
More info.
The book is now available at the Balboa box office and through www.leftinthedark.info.
PHOTOS IN THE LOBBY: LEFT IN THE DARK: PORTRAITS OF SAN FRANCISCO MOVIE THEATRES by R.A. McBride.
Also #5 Fulton and all 38 Geary Street buses stop two (long) blocks from Balboa.
Thanks for your many kind words about the Balboa winning #1 Indie Theater on BayList.
The readers of San Francisco Magazine also love us. We came in number 2 and can’t complain about the company.
SCHOOL NIGHT – Mondays are School Days and Nights. With proof of being a student, faculty, or staff member, your admission is only $7.50 on Mondays.
And at all other times you can get the “I’d Rather Be At the Balboa” Discount Card. What a deal! 5 tickets to the Balboa for $37.50.
That is only $7.50 per show. Good every day and night. And two people can use the card at once. You can go on a date even when you are low on cash with your Balboa Card. A savings of up to $12.50! Makes a perfect gift as well. And every Discount Card comes with a FREE POPCORN! The Balboa cards are available at our box office (cash only) or online (credit cards accepted).

We love it when you send us a review of a neighborhood restaurant you’ve enjoyed. We encourage you all to write about your culinary adventures in the Outer Richmond. Check out the Menu Book in our lobby and our COMPLETE RESTAURANT LIST.
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